The Show Must Go Online Announce Full Cast For Love’s Labour’s Lost And Special Performance Of The Taming Of The Clueless

Cast of The Show Must Go Onlines Loves Labours Lost
Cast of The Show Must Go Onlines Loves Labours Lost

The Show Must Go Online announce the full cast for their upcoming livestreamed reading of William Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost, and a special performance of scenes from Ian Doescher’s The Taming of the Clueless, presented by Quirk Books as part of their Pop Shakespeare Events.

For Love’s Labour’s Lost, Rob Myles directs Tahir Ashraf (Holofernes), Pj Barner (Longaville), Alex Britt (Dumaine), Emily Carding (Boyet), John Chapman (Costard), Samya De Meo (Rosaline), Charlotte Ellen (Princess of France), Ben Galpin (Berowne), Maria Graciano (Maria), Nadia Lamin (Jaquenetta), Stephen Leask (Don Armado), Gah-Kai Leung (Sir Nathaniel), Alice Merivale (Moth), Christopher Paddon (Ensemble), Adam Parker (King of Navarre), Tamara Ritthaler (Katherine), with Julia Stemper and Cameron Varner as swings.

Members of the cast have worked with Sydney Opera House, The RSC, The Globe Theatre, Old Vic New Voices, and have appeared in School of Rock (Gillian Lynne Theatre), Waitress (Adelphi Theatre), Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre), Miss Saigon (Prince Edward Theatre), and Matilda The Musical (Cambridge Theatre).

The livestreamed reading of Love’s Labour’s Lost can be watched live on Wednesday 13 May at 7pm BST here. Previous readings from the series are also available here.

For The Taming of the Clueless, Alex Pearson directs Jemma Geanaus (Dionne), Rachel Goodman (Tai), MJ Lee (Clerk), Victoria Rae Sook (Cher), Rowland Stirling (Josh), Josh Tucker (Balthazar), with Emily Beach as Swing.

The livestreamed reading of The Taming of the Clueless can be watched live on Monday 11 May at 9pm BST by registering here.

Members of the cast have worked with the National Theatre, Kings Head Theatre, Lyric Hammersmith, The Rose Playhouse and The Hope Theatre, and have appeared in Tina: The Musical (Aldwych Theatre).

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